Navigate LLC Announces PRIVACY EFFECTIVENESS SERIES FOR GOVERNMENT™

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The PRIVACY EFFECTIVENESS SERIES FOR GOVERNMENT™ is a structured and adaptable progression of services to assess the adequacy of privacy programs and to help ensure that resources directed at compliance provide value and contribute to achieving the agency’s overall mission.

“There is no sector subject to greater scrutiny in regards to information privacy than government entities,” says Chris Zoladz, Founder of Navigate LLC.

The PRIVACY EFFECTIVENESS SERIES FOR GOVERNMENT™ is a structured and adaptable progression of services to assess the adequacy of privacy programs and to help ensure that resources directed at compliance provide value and contribute to achieving the agency’s overall mission.

Every day U.S. government departments and agencies collect, process, transmit or store personally identifiable information during the normal course of daily operations and the privacy of that information must be fiercely protected. This information is entrusted to departments or agencies with the expectation that they will maintain its privacy in accordance with the commitments made by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government.

These commitments are outlined in federal legislation such as The Privacy Act of 1974, The E-Government Act, The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2005 and The Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA). In addition, requirements established by the Office of Management and Budget Circular A-130, NIST guidance, and individual department directives and policies must be satisfied. The PRIVACY EFFECTIVENESS SERIES FOR GOVERNMENT™ is a structured progression of services to assess the adequacy of privacy programs and to help ensure that resources directed at compliance provide value and contribute to achieving the agency’s overall mission.

The PRIVACY EFFECTIVENESS SERIES FOR GOVERNMENT™ is a modular customizable and adaptable program to any agency or department’s specific needs. Services include, but are not limited to: validating the state of the current information privacy program, creating a privacy improvement plan, implementation of the improvement plan, monitoring the on-going operating effectiveness of the privacy program, and providing assistance in writing required reports. These services are available under a variety of GSA and other contracting options.

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